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The P2MP solution introduces a new protocol, discussed in the next overview section, as well as additional requirements on the optics The P2MP solution de ned by EFM is often referred to as an EPON, which stands for Ethernet passive optical network The term passive is motivated by the idea that the ber is shared, since only one strand can go to the single CO optic This requires a passive optical splitter to split the ber out to each individual end node Both families of P2MP optical solutions de ned allow up to 16 end stations to be connected on a single PON
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The optics section simply de nes the PMD portion of each PHY technology speci ed Below is a high-level list of all the various PMDs Note that the bidirectional technologies, as well as the P2MP technologies, have unique devices on either end of the link, and hence the added quali er for each name For the other technologies, each of the devices at the end of the link are symmetric and use the exact same PMD All technologies are full duplex
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100BASE-LX10: 10 km dual single-mode ber solution; 100BASE-BX10: 10 km dual wavelength dual single-mode ber solution (bidirectional) 100BASE-BX10-U; 100BASE-BX10-D r Point-to-point 1 Gigabit solutions (P2P) 1000BASE-LX10: 10 km dual single-mode ber solution; allows operation over short reach multimode ber as well 1000BASE-BX10: 10 km dual single-mode wavelength dual ber solution (bidirectional); 1000BASE-BX10-U; 1000BASE-BX10-D r Point-to-multipoint solutions (P2MP) 1000BASE-PX10: 1:16, 10 km single single-mode ber; 1000BASE-PX10-U; 1000BASE-PX10-D 1000BASE-PX20: 1:16, 20 km single single-mode ber; 1000BASE-PX20-U; 1000BASE-PX20-D r Extended temperature optics no de ned range; low range; high range; both high and low range
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Table 121 describes the wavelength, distance supported, ber supported and technology family of each of the optical PMDs de ned by EFM
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Table 121 The optical PMDs, as de ned by EFM Nominal wavelength
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100BASE-LX10 100BASE-BX10-D 100BASE-BX10-U 1000BASE-LX10 1000BASE-BX10-D 1000BASE-BX10-U 1000BASE-PX10-D 1000BASE-PX10-U 1000BASE-PX20-D 1000BASE-PX20-U
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P2P 100 Mb/s P2P 100 Mb/s P2P 100 Mb/s P2P 1000 Mb/s P2P 1000 Mb/s P2P 1000 Mb/s P2MP (EPON)1000 Mb/s P2MP (EPON)1000 Mb/s P2MP (EPON)1000 Mb/s P2MP (EPON)1000 Mb/s
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B11, B13 SMF B11, B13 SMF B11, B13 SMF B11, B13 SMF, 10 km; 50 m and 055 km 625 m MMF 10 km B11, B13 SMF 10 km B11, B13 SMF 10 km B11, B13 SMF 10 km B11, B13 SMF 20 km B11, B13 SMF 20 km B11, B13 SMF
Notes: P2P = Point-to-point; P2MP = Point-to-multipoint; SMF = Single mode ber; MMF = Multimode ber
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The 100 M objective was a late addition to the standard but enjoyed a huge amount of support The main motivation was driven by two philosophies First was to provide low-cost ber access solutions Second was to standardize the solutions given the myriad of variations and existing solutions within the market for this lower speed optical application To understand the rationale behind not de ning anything new above and beyond the PMD, one has to understand the cost structure behind the 100 M solutions First, 100 M silicon already exists for optical transmission over multimode ber (100BASE-FX) Second, the volume of the 100BASE-FX ports is, in large part, driven by the volume of the 100BASE-TX copper parts, as very often the same piece of silicon is used for both applications Third, there are a number of transmit and receive speci cations for both the single single-mode ber and dual single-mode ber applications Thus, it was important to pick a combination that would yield the lowest costs in the long run A similar philosophy was followed for the Gigabit point-to-point solutions: no silicon was modi ed However, there was a more limited number of existing optical solutions at a Gigabit than 100 M